Daily Archives: April 13, 2017

Delaware News Journal: Drones finding different ways to help public safety

Delaware News Journal: Drones finding different ways to help public safety by Esteban Parra: “In the future, drones will likely provide routine automated supplemental patrol functions by following an algorithm to take off, patrol a specific area, and return to … Continue reading

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Nashville Scene: The Tennessee Supreme Court keeps reversing itself, and criminal defense attorneys are worried

Nashville Scene: The Tennessee Supreme Court keeps reversing itself, and criminal defense attorneys are worried by Stephen Elliot: The rapid makeover of the court has caused a noticeable and nearly instantaneous shift in its ideology – a shift that a … Continue reading

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WaPo: ‘The Volokh Conspiracy’ Blog: The Fourth Amendment and “no trespassing” signs

WaPo: ‘The Volokh Conspiracy’ Blog: The Fourth Amendment and “no trespassing” signs by Orin Kerr: In light of the uncertainty, I thought I would point out the latest decision on the Fourth Amendment implications of ‘no trespassing’ signs: State v. … Continue reading

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NYLJ: Court of Appeals’ ‘Facebook’ Decision Leaves Many Questions Open

NYLJ: Court of Appeals’ ‘Facebook’ Decision Leaves Many Questions Open by Maurice J. Recchia: In a newsworthy case in which retail giant Amazon and social media developer Foursquare Labs, among others, submitted friend of the court briefs, the New York … Continue reading

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WaPo: Border agents can look at everything on your cell phone. Congress should change that (editorial)

WaPo: Border agents can look at everything on your cell phone. Congress should change that (editorial): PRETTY MUCH everyone can agree that Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents should be able to freely search travelers’ bags at the border. Their … Continue reading

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